Patrice Oneal was one of the best comedic minds of the last 30 years. He often appeared on Opie and Anthony, with his strident wisdom regarding the power dynamic in relationships. I’ve posted him before if you recall.
One Of The Funniest Comics Ever.
Patrice O’Neal recorded this set six months before he died. It is top shelf humor, which is neither politically correct or buffered in any way. This set was officially released (something I didn’t know until I started writing this) as Mr. P. Buy it if you like it.
Neil Young, Radiohead, & White People
Patrice O’Neal Explains Creep
I love Patrice O’Neal. He was one of the smartest, wisest, funniest, bravest, noblest comedians of the 21st Century, and his early death was a huge loss. In whi
This clip if from his appearance on the NoName Show, speaking of his (never made) Comedy Central show about White People. If you’re not familiar with Patrice O’Neal, he was a comedian in the same crowd as Bill Burr, Joe Rogan, Jim Norton, et al. The Boston Gen X crowd (of which I’m a member) that ascended with the rise of (non music video) MTV.
If you haven’t seen his epic Elephant In The Room, do so pronto. Funny stuff.
I didn’t know that Neil Young was such a beloved white figure in music. He’s beloved!